Charles Edward Schick Soundex Code S200
Charles Edward Schick, Banker;
born in: Chicago, Friday, August 16, 1872;
son of: William Schick and Johanna Schick, nee: Johanna Boener;
education: public schools and Bryant & Stratton Business College;
married: Ottilie L. Schick, nee: Ottilie L. Rutishauser in Chicago, 1896;
Children: Edna Louise Schick and Robert B. Schick
Began as messenger in the Home National Bank of Chicago and the Home Savings Bank, 1888,
and advanced until he became assistant cashier of the Home National Bank, which was merged with the Chicago National Bank, and
in 1898 became cashier of the Home Savings Bank;
cashier and director on Saturday, December 8, 1906-Thursday, December 30, 1915,
vice-president and director since Saturday, January 1, 1916, North Avenue State Bank.
Appointed member Chicago Public Library Board, 1917.
32nd Degree Mason, Shriner.
Member Cook County Real Estate Board, Chicago Association of Commerce, etc.
Clubs: Hamilton Club, Birchwood Country Club.
Office: 600 W. North Avenue, 1911, 1917.
Home: 1722 W. Chase Avenue, 1911, 1917.
Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1911, page 595; Book of Chicagoans, 1917.